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straight ahead on a "a second look." >>> good evening. i'm julie haener and this is second. gas line explosion earlier this month, investigators have focused on the 30" steel pipe that made up the pressurized line. people in the oil and gas industries have long known that steel pipes, especially older, uncoded ones can corrode and eventually rupture. four years ago, bp found coercion in its pipeline in alaska and it to shut it down for repares. here is ktvu's health and science editor john fowler from 2006. >> reporter: bp says it found 16 miles of pipeline so severely corroded it could take months to repair. >> only when we're absolutely satisfied that those lines are in good condition, will we bring those back into service. >> reporter: bp acknowledges that it hadn't clean out its aging pipes in at least 14 years, saying it didn't appea to be necessary. the industry standard is every few months. a bp leak and spill in alaska earlier this year sparked a criminal investigation. experts say corroded pipes should have been no surprise. >> they have known about that problem in all lik
'm julie haener. a single father is mourning the loss of his youngest son tonight after the high school student was gunned down on an oakland street corner. the 17-year-old victim had hoped to go to college, having just transferred to a school that specializes in health and science. ktvu's amber lee is live now in oakland with our report. amber? >> julie, students and staff here at the school have lost a promising teenager. today they sent a letter out to parents letting us know what happened. tonight a father tells us his anyone is in describable. family and friends of 17-year- old raymond justice gathered for a quiet vigil in front of his home. he raised raymond as a single father. after seeing combat in vietnam, he never thought he would experience the horror of trying to save his own son on the streets of oakland. >> this is blood right here. i said that with the police, give him mouth to mouth resuscitation and his last breath came and i knew he was dead. >> reporter: last night around 6:30 he told his neighbors raymond ran to his home after he was shot at a nearby bus station. the
. bottom line. what are you going to do. >> mark, thank you. that is our report for tonight. i'm julie haener. >> and frank somerville. our coverage continues online at ktvu.com. have a great evening everyone. >> good night.
on temporarily hiring 65,000 people across the country. julie haener is in the newsroom now with some of the other stories we're working on, julie. >> also at 6:00, it started with the c, hp trying to pull a driver over because of a missing front license plate. moments later, two passengers were dead following a high speed chase. coming up, the questions that's raising and the changes that may come as a result. >>> and now it's plans to change it into something completely different. why that has many people fired up. >>> plus a state credit card that has been cancelled and how it could trigger the shortage of something that nobody wants to be without at a state park. it's all coming up at 6:00, we'll see you then. >> facebook says it has restored service now to the website for the tens of millions of the users who are unable to access their facebook pages today. 22% of those who logged on between 11:00 this morning and 3:00 this afternoon were greeted with a message reading dns failure. it's the second day in a row that facebook has experienced problems. facebook has half a billion us
be safe again. julie haener has the news we're working on. >> reporter: to say people were stunned might be an understatement. what was shot and killed in the middle of berkeley and blocks from a world famous restaurant. >>> also ahead tonight, imagine looking out the window of your flight and seeing an engine explode. that's what happened on a plane forced to make an emergency landing at sfo. today we hear from some passengers on boards. >>> plus nearly 125 park workers in one bay area city could lose their jobs unless one thing happens, we'll see you at 6:00. >>> all right, julie we'll see you then. >>> in saratoga officials are warning homeowners at an increase in coyote attacks. residents are being told not to allow their pets to roam freely at night and not to leave cat food or dog food outside. >> up next, bill called it. boy was he right. things are really starting to heat up. is it going to get everyone hotter? our chief meteorologist will be back right after the break. >>> we're certainly feeling the warm up. >> the fog is eroding off the coast. you will see the clearing that's
somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. at this hour a federal investigators and local rescue teams are at the redwood shores lagoon in redwood cities trying to figure out the next step to retrieve a pilot and two passengers who crashed into the water. the plane crashed around
department. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'mfrank somerville. sap san carlos council decided tonight. >> reporter: in city council approved a five year contract for sheriff service to take over. >> this is stpwáeuing up an independent police department. >> many of us understand that there's a need to balance the budget and cost that are associated but we do not support the continued reduction in public service. >> reporter: the city says there will be no reduction in police services. all of the 26 sworn san carlos police officers will become deputies wearing sheriff shirts. >> the deputies that are stationed here are committed to serving the city. and that's what the they will see and maintain level of service. >> reporter: san carlos says the change means a $2.5 million savings for a city facing a budget deficit. >> we would have to continue to play off people. our revenues are flat. so rather than diminish we're going to be able to enhance. >> reporter: san carlos is the first city but may not the last. live many san carlos, lloyd lacuesta. >>> the union city man charged with shoo
of just how serious the a's are to move out of oakland, who the team has just hired. our julie haener is in the newsroom now with a look at some of the other stories we're working on. >>> more than a dozen students may be forced to find a new school depending on what happened tonight. >>> up ahead, it almost never happens, the small oversight that caused the board of supervisors to cancel its meeting today. >>> it's designed to make your next trip to the airport smoother. the transportation plan that faces a major roadblock tomorrow, we'll see you at 6:00. >>> two small asteroids will pass close to earth tomorrow. but nasa specialists say, not to worry, they will not make collision. the asteroids will pass earth just before 3:00 a.m., they should be visible through a telescope. >>> the governor of colorado has declared a state of emergency as a wildfire continues to burn. the wildfire north of boulder has destroyed dozens of homes. flames have spread now over 170 acres. earlier, windy conditions cancelled tankers. >>> let's go over to our chief meteorologist bill martin for more on t
accident that has shut down areas near the accident. julie haener has more for 0 the news at 6:00. >>> tonight, the felony charges a man is facing. >>> it's the only gun store in san francisco. tonight it's being allowed to reopen but only after certain changes are made but the owner has -- what the owner has to do before he can resume selling guns. >> it's the governor workers -- versus workers and the arguments before the state supreme court and what they stand to gain and lose. see you at 6:00. >> thank you, julie. >>> the second of two small asteroids safely passed. they were discovered sunday by nasa scientists. the first one passed the earth at 3:00 th morning, missing the planet by 154,000 miles. the second one came within 149 -- around 4:00 this afternoon. >>> it was a frightening site over dallas, texas as a series of weak tornadoes threatened the area. look at that picture. the remnants of tropical storm hermine touched off the tornadoes, juan of -- one of them slammed a big rig into a brick paint warehouse near lovefield airport. a wall came down ton the cab but the
twist in that murder rampage that left four people including the suspect dead. julie haener is in the newsroom with other stories we're working on. >> reporter: more on the news from iran that one of those hikers is about to be set free. tonight the few brief words that we got from the mother on her daughter being released. >>> and is the cost of the bay bridge extension going up again? >> and now, a a change is in the works and we'll tell you why left over phone books is to blame. >>> we talked about warmer temperatures today yesterday and bill martin is here to bring us the latest. >> reporter: and that's at san francisco area west at 35 miles per hour. so the winds are blowing, these are the highs from today. as you take a peak, gasia is correct as did we that the temperatures came up five to 10 degrees. highs today, warmer than yesterday. highs tomorrow, warmer still. there is no heat wave headed our way. what we are looking forward to is a little bit of a warm up each day as we move into the weekend. next week a cooling trend. as we buy some of the long range model, ma
that property may be transformed in to. julie haener has more. >> continuing coverage on the 100 high risk pipelines in the bay area. pg&e released that list and two section of pipeline that did not make the list and why some think they should have. >>> and a heartbreaking scene at a bay area high school in the wake of a car crash last week that killed one student. >>> and three key questions the school is trying to answer. we'll show you what washed up onto a bay area beach today. why it has to sit there all night long before being bury. see you at 6:00. >>> authorities in utah are blaming artillery practice for a wildfire that's destroyed two homes. the fire started 0 miles south of salt lake city. high winds are equipping the flames. 1400 -- whipping the flames. 1400 have been evacuated. at this point, there are no reports of any injuries. >>> hurricane igor has been downgraded to a tropical storm causing high surf along the eastern seaboard tonight as it heads north to newfoundland, canada. bermuda is cleaning up the storm which was still at hurricane strength when it brushed the islan
i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. without mayor dellums running for mayor, it's wide open. >> reporter: if there's one thing candidates agreed on, it's that oakland needs a new mayor. >> my name is arnold fields, the next may mayor of oakland. >> reporter: today nine of them showed up for a mayoral debate. >> we have one of the best weather. why can't we harness that energy and give pg & e for its money. >> reporter: there was young jr., hash, field, quan and t uman. the nine addressed education and unemployment. >> there are solutions everywhere. we can enforce local hire and grow our businesses. >> the one thing that is for sure one taxes are not going to solve our problems. >> reporter: a recent oakland chamber of commerce has don perrata with a lead over qu ark n. the two only went head to head on one issue, how the get oakland out of its budget shortfall. >> we would lose about $5 billion of retail a year. >> you don't build retail by fining people $55 for an overdue parking ticket. >> reporter: don perrata may have a slight edge on that poll. for the first ti
. >>> coming up next at 6:00, continuing coverage on the garrido case. julie haener is in the newsroom with a look at the other stories we're working on. >>> california death penalty, what the judge decided today and what it means for next week's schedule execution of a convicted killer at san quentin. >>> also ahead, a huge $350 million project is just getting under way. we'll explain what that tunnel will be used for. >>> plus why you might be interested what's going to happen between 10 and 2:00 p.m. tomorrow at several locations around the bay. we'll see you at 6:00. >>> julie, thank you. >>> well a new warning is out about the spread of a destructive pet in the bay area. three moths have been discovered. it has prompted the county to implement quarantine areas. that will require growers to follow several harvesting and cleaning that will help top the spread of the moth. >>> a lot of people are getting ready for a warm bay area weekend. >> it's spare the air day tomorrow. that could put a hamper on your bar-be-q plans. it's going to be hot in many locations. take care of the pets.
you live. frank somerville. julie haener, the 10:00 news on ktvu channel 2. complete bay area news coverage. >>> an old playing field and a east bay school received a major work over. roosevelt school opened their new school yard. the place was unsafe. the play area has been prude up with an insome vacationtive turf field and artwork. >> basically if our students are able to play on a new field, basketball, soccer, football, and basically to have a safe and clean place for them to play during the school days. >> the oakland school yard initiative funded the renovation. the new play area is open to the entire community. >>> all right. mark is here now with sports. we haven't had a good playoff race in the bay area for a while, a lot of excitement with the giants in action tonight. just five engagements to go. >> reporter: last night was the first time you could pal pa plea feel it in the crowd. the giants of course will be taking on the arizona diamondbacks with tim lincecum on the mound and the chance to expand their lead which is 2 games with five to play, we'll see about that. th
crash and damaging a total of 13 vehicles. good evening, i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. the truck driver tells us that his brakes failed and he couldn't avoid smashing into the row of cars at the bottom of a freeway off-ramp. the accident happened at 4:15 this afternoon on the grand avenue exit ramp from eastbound i-80. ktvu's amber lee is live at the scene tonight with our report. amber? >> reporter: frank, this busy off-ramp remains closed as work hes clean up the debris. there was a lot of damage but few injuries. the truck driver who identified himself to us only as tony, says he was on his way home when the brakes failed. he said he had been hauling dirt in oakland. tony estimates he was going 45 miles per hour down the exit ramp when he couldn't stop his truck. he told us he scrambled to find a way to avoid hitting the vehicles in front of him. >> i was looking at that way, you know, the telephone poles and can't go that way. can't go up the hill. can't hit the side of the freeway. i had nowhere to ditch the truck. and i was just like, praying. >> reporter: the tr
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evening, i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. the truck driver tells us that his brakes failed and he couldn't avoid smashing into the row of cars at the bottom of a freeway off-ramp. the accident happened at 4:15 this afternoon on the grand avenue exit ramp from eastbound i-80. ktvu's amber lee is live at the scene tonight with our report. amber? >> reporter: frank, this busy off-ramp remains closed as work hes clean up the debris. there was a lot of damage but few injuries. the truck driver who identified himself to us only as tony, says he was on his way home when the brakes failed. he said he had been hauling dirt in oakland. tony estimates he was going 45 miles per hour down the exit ramp when he couldn't stop his truck. he told us he scrambled to find a way to avoid hitting the vehicles in front of him. >> i was looking at that way, you know, the telephone poles and can't go that way. can't go up the hill. can't hit the side of the freeway. i had nowhere to ditch the truck. and i was just like, praying. >> reporter: the truck slammed into a honda causing a chain reaction.
coverage on the one american hiker who was finally freed today from a prison in iran. julie haener is in the newsroom. >>> late details on what we learned just within the last hour from investigators in the san bruno explosion. also, more on the dramatic accounts from the first responders on the scene. plus a mystery tonight involving what happened at a duck pond and why a criminal investigation is now under way. >>> also ahead at 6:00, the judge, the new judge on american idol. tonight we're learning she is being paid a fortune. we'll see you at 6:00. >> thank you, julie. >>> let's go back now to our chief meteorologist, bill martin. >> we have a few days before we have to have our umbrellas. >> it is, and as we come really close, you see fog in richmond. the fog is going to make it very far inland again tonight. partly cloudy tonight, coastal fog, tomorrow minor warming. thursday slightly warmer by a degree or two. then, looks like we have some showers in the bay area forecast. until then, we have coastal fog, temperatures there in the low 60s. the bay lots of 70s. and then inlan
, the results of a new poll on one of the highest profile local races in the upcoming election. julie haener is in the newsroom with some of the other stories we're working on. >> also at 6:00, continuing coverage on the new developments today involving the san bruno explosion. including a threat that is forcing some homeowners to wear protective suits and masks. >>> also ahead, more on the unusual sight in the bay of a cargo ship coming into the port. what was caught in it and what caught it. >>> we'll see you then. >>> julie, thank you. >>> nasa says the weather pattern in the pacific has changed from an el nino to a la nina pattern. you see higher than normal temperatures characterize a ha nina pattern. it means less rain for a winter pattern. >> let's take a peak at it real quick. i put together a quick graphic for you. this will show you how la nina works. after an el nino you usually get a la nina. the one thing i know about it is it gives us a cooler winter pattern. it's ironic because we're saying it's a la nina year and it doesn't mean a heck of a lot. big storms come during a la ni
. julie haener is in the newsroom with more stories we're working on for you. >> and we have new details on that car filled with high school students that crashed. >>> students at one bay area school will be paying extra attention to a player from the dallas maverick, we'll explain the connection. >>> and colbert and stewart is going to be holding rallies. stewart is calling his rally, rally to restore sanity. and colbert's rally is named, march to sanity. >>> we go outside, here's the system i'm tracking. it's unusual, still summer. we're still in the weekend, the last weekend of the summer. we have a system like this, the main part of it is going to be in the northern part of the state. we'll see drizzle perhaps tomorrow and then sprinkles on saturday. so here's how it breaks out. today was humid, it was warm. check out concord 83, santa rosa 81. despite the drizzle, it was warm. tomorrow it's going to be warm as well. and this system, will spread clouds over the area. it'll also keep things humid around here and there might be some drizzle. tomorrow is not a bad day. you'll get stuff
say alcohol is a factor. good evening, i'm julie haener. >> i'm frank somerville. an unlicensed high school student is under arrest in novato after a car crash killed his 15-year-old friend and critically injured two others. a crash that happened at noon on a school day. ktvu's debra villa is live in november addo with new information. >> we're at novato high school where five boys from 15-17-ar- old piled into a school at lunch and took off across town. according to the chp, the driver drunk in the middle of the day. >> beer bottles were strewn outside the car. a liquor bottle found inside as the highway patrol probed this crash that killed one boy and injured three others. two airlifted with life- threatening injury. the driver's injuries were minor. he faces felony dui charges. some students suggest he appeared impaired in class before lunch. >> when and where did the drinking commend? >> we don't have the information at this time. it's still under investigation. >> skid marks on the rural road show how the car spun out at high speed in the path of the approaching cattle truck. th
school. police say alcohol is a factor. good evening, i'm julie haener. >> i'm frank somerville. an unlicensed high school student is under arrest in novato after a car crash killed his 15-year-old friend and critically injured two others. a crash that happened at noon on a school day. ktvu's debra villa is live in november addo with new information. >> we're at novato high school where five boys from 15-17-year- old piled into a school at lunch and took off across town. according to the chp, the driver drunk in the middle of the day. >> beer bottles were strewn outside the car. a liquor bottle found inside as the highway patrol probed this crash that killed one boy and injured three others. two airlifted with life- threatening injury. the driver's injuries were minor. he faces felony dui charges. some students suggest he appeared impaired in class before lunch. >> when and where did the drinking commend? >> we don't have the information at this time. it's still under investigation. >> skid marks on the rural road show how the car spun out at high speed in the path of the approa
string of accidents that all appear to have one thing in common. julie haener is in the newsroom tonight with a look at some of the other stories we're working on. >> also at 6:00, a new look tonight at the new execution chamber in san quentin. >> we have new information tonight on who could be the first to die there and when that could happen. plus day 83 of the budget impasse and it appears we are nowhere near a solution. voters will have the power to change that. tonight some are questioning whether they should. >> also at 6:00, the new list of hot bay area restaurants is out. find out which restaurant is the most popular in the bay area and also who has the best food and best service. we'll see you at 6:00. >>> we talked about some changes in weather yesterday and bill martin we are certainly feeling them today. >> big drop off in temperatures today gasia. temperatures are trending down over the next couple of days then they're going to heat up. let's go outside right now. we have cool temperatures at this hour instead of 80s we're looking at temperatures mostly in the 60s. out in th
the money was for. julie haener is in the newsroom with more that's coming up at 6:00. >>> well, we'll have coverage of the gar re-- garrido couple. >>> tonight there are new numbers on customer satisfaction, numbers that have not been seen in 20 years. >>> and the huge bay area company that's moving 500 to 700 jobs and where those workers will now be located. we'll see you at 6:00. >> thank you. >>> let's go back to our chief meteorologist, bill martin, for the end-of-summer forecast. >> it certainly feels like it. it's going to change. it are feel like well, it's fall like. it's very fall like. that's why our fire danger is so high this year. we'll go to the golden gate bridge. you're gonna see a realtime wind mumm up. that is west-southwest at 13. the west-southwest wind looks just like this. it's coming from this direction. that is a cool breeze. what's gonna happen as we go into the next couple of days, the winds are gonna start:00ing out of the north-northeast. and that's when we get the higher fire danger and get the poor air quality and the increase in temperatures. that's the weath
evening, everyone. i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. a single father is mourning the loss of his youngest son tonight after the high school student was gunned down on an oakland street corner. the 17-year-old victim had hoped to go to college, having just transferred to a school that specializes in health and science. ktvu's amber lee is live now in oakland with our report. amber? >> julie, students and staff here at the school have lost a promising teenager. today they sent a letter out to parents letting us know what happened. tonight a father tells us his anyone is in describable. family and friends of 17-year- old raymond justice gathered for a quiet vigil in front of his home. he raised raymond as a single father. after seeing combat in vietnam, he never thought he would experience the horror of trying to save his own son on the streets of oakland. >> this is blood right here. i said that with the police, give him mouth to mouth resuscitation and his last breath came and i knew he was dead. >> reporter: last night around 6:30 he told his neighbors raymond ran to his h
somerville, julie haener, 10:00 news at channel 2. complete bay area news coverage. >> state budget cuts are crippling my classroom. i can't believe the sacramento politicians cut a back room deal that will give our state's wealthiest corporations a new billion dollars tax give away. a new hand out there can only mean larger class sizes and even more teacher layoffs. but prop 24 can change all that. prop 24 repealed the unfair corporate give away and puts our priorities first. vote yes on prop 24 because it's time to give our schools a break. not the big corporations. >>> complete bay area news coverage continues. this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00. >>> paramedics load an officer on to a helicopter. this after a 8911 call for help came from a firing range. it was certainly a bizarre situation. he was shot during a strange exercise. mike mibach is at the park now with details on what he has learned about what happened there today. mike? >> reporter: frank, here is what i learned. i know that that one officer who was hurt is a federal police officer. i know that his work day started right
intervenes. good evening i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm in tonight for julie haener. a suspected custody is in arrested tonight in connection with the unsolved kill of a high school senior. police say they located the 18- year-old senior outside the house in the 7400 block of lockwood just after 7:30 this evening. but then they say he barricaded himself inside the home. mike mibach is nearby at opd's eastmont. mike? >> a busy night for a couple dozen oakland police officers. there was a standoff. guns were drawn. a pitbull was shot. and now a high profile murder suspect is in custody. that is with a little help from his mother. >> they had guns and their hands pointing to the husband. >> oakland police officer say they spot add homicide suspect sitting inside a car outside his home. as officers approached the suspect took off. >> the suspect ran into the house. he actually sicked several vicious dogs at the officers. the officers ended up killing the 100-pound vicious pitbull as well as wounding another very large animal. >> reporter: police cavity joiner said the 18-year-old suspect bar
. >>> that is the 10:00 news for tonight. i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. as always our coverage continues online at ktvu.com. have a gre
pursuit in the east bay. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. we begin tonight with that breaking news just about an hour ago, officers shot and killed a man wanted in hercules. that after a chase that ended on pearl street. >> reporter: this is where the pursuit of that wanted homicide suspect in hercules came to a violent end. here at this business on 90. you have lots of investigators here from multiple jurisdiction. you can see that mazda, that was driven by the homicide suspect efren valtemoro. he was identified in the killing of a 73-year-old man inside his home. pleasanthill police spotted the suspect, they gave chase and then they called the chp for back up once that chase entered the highway. to tell us more about how this chase insued and the chp's role in all of this we're joined by sergeant ross and sergeant can you walk us through exactly what happened. >> this evening we received a call from pleasant hill to chase a suspect. he came into a shopping center where he ran inside. two hpd officers confronted the suspect. he was given multiple requests
in the bay area. >>> good evening i'm gasia mikaelian. julie haener has the night off. >>> i'm frank somerville. a freemont officer shot in the line of duty is recovering tonight but is still sedated. the shoot out happened one week ago, and today the wife of officer todd young was emotion as she spoke publicly about her husband for th
that are misbehaving. and now there's a plan to limit the altercation. >>> good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank sollerville. we begin tonight with developing news in san francisco where a man is now under arrest after scaling a tower. he started out just after 2:00 this afternoon. he ignored orders from police to stop and made it to the top about 5:30 where he
'm julie haener. >> and i'm frankerville. police suspect that the withty may have been there since last night when a hotel pool party got a little out of criminal. amber lee has our story. >> reporter: we're in the parking lot outside the w hotel where the victim was discovered this morning. neighbors showed us these tickets found here to give us some insight into the labor day party that ended in gunfire. police say a relative found the body of 26-year-old julius hubes. hubes was next to a wall near some bushes. >> there was a series of between five and 10 gunshot, very rapid fire. and then some very angry words then they used an expletive that wasn't a racial expletive that you don't want to hear. >> reporter: we found this picture of the pool party on faceback, faceback. >> when you have that many people into one area, i'm just thinking, there's going to be trouble tonight. >> reporter: up to 500 people were at the party when officers responded to the shooting. the hotel management asked them to disperse the crowd. they asked freemont and union city police officers for help. >> at t
's bill of right. good evening everybody i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. now an ad for trying a woman with a shotgun is popping up in bus shelters all around town. debra villalon is live now with what is behind the reversal. >> reporter: here's the poster, an armed woman is breaking through your front door, can you afford to be unarmed? the ad is publicizing a gun conference but it's also taking aim at nummi policy. nummi passengers may not pay much attention on the posters plastered on buses and lining the rails and roads, but gun rights groups did notice. when this ad for the summer comedy the other guys was altered to remove the guns from the actors hands. and replace them with pepper spray and police badges. that provoked gun advocates to set their sites on nummi's gun ban with their own poster. >> well obviously a government should not kill speech. and we believe that had they rejected our posters they would be doing just that. >> we were absolutely prepared to litigate the issue. >> many people around the country may think public transportation may not be a sa
the san bruno explosion. good evening everyone i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. the first vigils were held tonight to celebrate the lives that that lost their lives so suddenly in san bruno. mike mibach begins our coverage. >> reporter: this catholic parish came together looking to heal. the sounds of st. cecilia faded with the arrival of the hurst. a mother in one, the daughter in the other. the mother was greeted with opened arms by family and friends. >> we know they're in heaven now. so that's a comfort, it's the holes in our hearts that need healing and need to be filled. >> reporter: every single one waited to pay their respects and then to pray for jaquelyn gray and then janessa. >> she was a person that was a role model to everyone. when i saw her, i knew, i could be like her because she didn't have a mean bone in her body. >> she would walk down the hall and say hello to everybody whether it was a kindergartener, an eighth grader or a teacher. >> what i saw in jackie was that her girls were her life. >> reporter: their memories captured forever in time and for tho
along the coast. >> frank somerville and julie haener, the 10:00 news, complete bay area news coverage. . >>> the days are numbered for some horses and their owners at a popular pores stable. the state public utility commission says the horses must leave the property by november 15th. ktvu's christian kaf it ton explains why. >> chris and woody have called the skyline stables for five years. but in a matter of months the barn here will be just a memory. >> we are pretty much the last -- the last stables out here. and once we're gone, you know, stables aren't going to come back. >> reporter: the san francisco public utilities commission is final idahoing seismic upgrades scheduled to be completed in 2015. the new $250 million project will include a reservoir and emergency power generation plant. the bulk of those new facilities will have to be located at the site the pcu has lease today skyline stables for decades. >> unfortunately the site is so compact, it is a restricted site that we simply don't have room to maintain the stables on the sites with the improvements to happen. >> repor
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>>> a noisy protest night for republican meg whitman. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. condoleezza rice joined meg whitman and protesters were there as well. heather holmes live tonight with our report. >> reporter: about 150 protesters were on this side of the street. she brought in a republican heavyweight for tonight's fundraiser. >> we have just 42 days left. 42 days, 11 hours and 12 minutes to be precise. >> reporter: it's not quite the home stretch but it's close. with the election day clock winding down, meg whitman told the crowd she's the right choice for sacramento. tonight's grand event in the grand ballroom included a rack of lamb dinner. >> meg whitman has got to be the next governor of the state of california. >> reporter: condoleezza rice, now a professor at stanford university shared the stage with whitman and the two women talked about their common goals for california,including the state's educational system. >> if we don't educate our kids they are not going to be employable and that's a big problem. >> let's just get rid of all th
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